Int’l community urged to push for implementation of UN resolutions on Kashmir

ISLAMABAD, Nov 11 (APP): Pakistan ambassador to Indonesia Mohammad Aqil Nadeem has urged the international community to push for implementation of UN Security Council’s Resolutions which promise for a free plebiscite on Kashmir.
He was speaking at a seminar on human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir, organized by the Embassy of Pakistan, Jakarta, in
collaboration with Islamic and Middle East Research Centre (IMERC), said a message received here Friday.
The Ambassador described the right to self determination for the people of Kashmir, as a fundamental human right. He said that the Kashmir dispute was as old as the Palestine dispute and the Muslims of Kashmir expect support of the Indonesian brothers in their just cause.
The panelists included Ambassador of Pakistan Mohammad Aqil
Nadeem, Hendra Chairman IMERC and Khalil Vice Chairman IMERC.
Ambassador Mohammad Aqil Nadeem apprised the audience about
the historical background of the Kashmir issue. He also highlighted
the current human rights situation as assessed by the independent
NGOs and UN Human Rights Commission in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Quoting various UN Resolutions, Hendra, Chairman, IMERC urged
the Indonesian people and international community to support the cause of self determination of Kashmiris people.
A documentary on indiscriminate use of pellet guns by the security forces on Kashmiri masses was also shown to the audience.
A booklet providing details of the Kashmir dispute was also distributed amongst the participants. The seminar was followed by the Question & Answer Session, wherein, the speakers responded to the queries of audience.